Wednesday, September 24, 2014

WiP Wednesday 9/22/14

I really like making these spiderweb blocks and love the way they look, but can I say I am ready to be finished?!!  I have a self-imposed deadline that is rapidly approaching.

four more
This past week I made progress on the filler blocks that are alternated with the spiderweb blocks.  The above picture shows a partial layout.  

ten blocks completed

Dear Jane blocks are now up to ten.  

charity quilt blocks
I haven't blogged yet about my Maker Faire Orlando weekend, but these quilt pairs are waiting to be assembled into a quilt for Habitat for Humanity.

four patches growing
I invited attendees to stitch a block using 5" denim squares and charm squares.  I was pleasantly surprised at the number of pairs sewn: all that I brought and enough for a twin size quilt!

Linking with Lee's WiP Wednesday.
Thanks for stopping by,

12 comments:

  1. The Spider Web is so much fun and so inspired by all the work you do to help others!

    :0)

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  2. Great idea for the spiderweb. love, love, love!

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  3. What pattern are you using for your awesome spiderweb quilt??? It is going to be really pretty! Is it a tutorial online? Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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  4. Those spiderweb blocks are great - I would love to see it when it is completed. I love your fabric choices and layout.

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  5. I really like the fussy cut block with the bee in the center on mint. Sampler quilts are so fun to slowly work on bit by bit.

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  6. That spider web quilt is going to be amazing!!! Love everything you've got going on here!
    Having to change my account around (long story) hoping I got that no reply thing ironed out!

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  7. Oh how I love Spider webs. Will totally be worth the time. :) I hope Maker Faire was awesome.

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  8. I've been making a spider web quilt too. I love making them also....but, yep, I, too, am ready to be done!

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  9. Very cute! I love your backgrounds! I just did some spiderweb quilting. I guess it's that time of year :-)

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  10. I can tell you aren't traveling as much. :) Your spiderweb quilt is going to be phenomenal!

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  11. Do you need more Spider Web blocks? Put them on MCM again--I'll make a few! You didn't say what your deadline was, but if it's not too close by, I'm serious--enlist your fellow quilters!

    They do look so great, as do all your other blocks.
    :) Elizabeth

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